In unprecedented times we aim to enable those who are fit, well and willing to help others who are more vulnerable, may suddenly become ill or need any help.
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The Parish Council is still operating, liasing with the local Emergency Response Group, whilst looking after planning applications, monthly meetings, and the usual village parish matters.
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Monthly meetings are now carried out in a virtual environment, with the facility for those
without Internet or PC to connect via a phone (landline or mobile).
If you would like to raise an issue and join the meeting, please contact the clerk with a short description of your concerns.
Agendas and timings can be found in the usual place, (Follow the Meetings link in the menu above).
If you have medication prescribed by the Goring and Woodcote Practice in Red Cross Road and it is dispensed by Lloyds Pharmacy in the High Street then you need to allow 7 days for the complete process before collecting the medication. The two notes below show the process that has been agreed to help the Pharmacy, you and anyone such as Street Champions who collects the medication on your behalf. The Villages Helpline is a key link in making sure that journeys are not wasted and queues avoided so far as possible.Full Text Version with a detailed explanation
As part of our gradual return to normal the Hospital's Emergency Department (A&E) has now switched back to a single site. Patients with serious health issues needing ED treatment can access the department through the main A&E entrance in Craven Road.
Social distancing will be in place and masks will also be available.
Patients with non-urgent health issues can seek help from 'Ask A&E' by going to: Ask Royal Berkshire NHS
This offers a symptom check facility and can signpost you to best healthcare service. Remember too that local pharmacists are experienced healthcare professionals and can advise on a range of medical issues.
Much of the information is available electronically through the websites, email lists and social media group shown here. Please keep in touch and keep informed by checking for updates or signing up to some of these.
Some people do not use electronic communications and we are making special efforts to ensure that they are kept in touch, often through the Street Champions or
leaving paper information at every home. If you know of anyone who might be missing out on regular information please tell us using
Streatley Parish Council and SERG provide information here mainly about their response and some key sources of information from West Berkshire Council and national government. You can keep up to date with changes to our information by subscribing to our Twitter feed.
If you have any queries or suggestions about issues specific to Streatley please use the email below
Streatley Parish Council has set up Streatley Emergency Response Group (SERG) comprising 5 local people, 2 Parish Councillors
and the Parish clerk, as well as the district councillor. The group is being coordinated by Nikki Swan who can be contacted on
We will endeavour to keep this site up-to-date with information as it becomes available. We
will also communicate through Genie regularly so please sign up, at least during this
This Facebook Group often post useful links and local knowledge. There are some uplifting storis as well.
You will also find information about the Street Champions here.